Seminar 8: The Development of Ethical Leaders.
Friday 21 October 2016 from 10am to 4:30pm Venue: Sarum College, Salisbury
Registration: from 10am
Convened by: Andrew Henley, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Economics, Cardiff University, and Tim Harle, MA Programme Leader, Sarum College.
This seminar is set in the broad context of concerns that the current syllabus underpinning the training and development of business leaders fails to take sufficient account of the ethical and moral implications of dominant narratives in economics and business thinking.
Speakers will encourage participants to engage with such questions as, How does Christian spiritual reflection connect with the practice of virtuous and ethical business behaviour? What are the big issues to explore and reflect on? How can an academic perspective engage with the practical world of business?
Prof. Geoff Moore, Professor of Business Ethics, Durham University Business School
Dr Karen Blakeley, DBA Programme Leader, Winchester Business School
Dr Eve Poole, Activist Theologian Tom Stables, Managing Director, UK Coach, National Express
Places are free, including a buffet lunch.
Numbers are strictly limited, so booking is essential. To book your place, please email Alison Ogden, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sarum College, which is housed in Grade 1 listed buildings in Salisbury’s Cathedral Close, offers a unique location for this seminar (http://www.sarum.ac.uk/conference-venue).
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